Sex Change (After Duchamp), 1990, Angel Borrero Polaroids , 28x40

This month, the Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Photography and Imaging's Summer High School Program curated Re-imagined Boundaries, featuring Angel Borrero, David Wojnarowicz, Michael Harwood, Kermit Berg, Derek Jackson, Vincent Cianni, Hunter Reynolds, Tracy Silverberg, Philip Calkins, Bern Boyle, Eric Rhein, Carmine Santaniello, and Max Greenberg.

This month's web gallery was thoughtfully curated by a group of 20 teenage photography students. The students came from all over the United States, Korea, Italy and Brazil to study in the Department of Photography and Imaging at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. In the program, they receive college level studio and critical studies credits and instruction during an intensive one-month residency. Re-Imagined Boundaries is organized by four curatorial teams and selected from the photo-based works in the Visual AIDS Archive. Each group was asked to work together around the many ideas and meanings related to the theme of re-imagined boundaries. The exhibition concept and curatorial choices were derived through individual and group writing and discussion exercises. As part of their research students also met with professional curators at The International Center for Photography and Aperture Galleries. Read more.

Each month, Visual AIDS invites guest curators, drawn from both the arts and AIDS communities, to select several works from the Frank Moore Archive Project and Visual AIDS Artists Registry. View past Web Gallery here.

Angel Borrero

David Wojnarowicz

Michael Harwood

Kermit Berg

Derek Jackson

Vincent Cianni

Hunter Reynolds

Tracy Silverberg

Philip Calkins

Bern Boyle

Eric Rhein

Carmine Santaniello

Max Greenberg